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|Cheryl White||William Rush Kuykendall|
I have just updated William's page in Bethel Cemetery, Shawnee County, Kansas. Since you are connected to other family members there, I thought you might like to know.
Thank you for the information on Rev. Stone. I have added it to his memorial page.
Added by Ruth on Aug 17, 2016 5:47 PM
Yes, Delphine passed away in 2000.
Born July 18, 1915 - Died July 25, 2000
I believe it was at Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska
Nice too meet you also!! If I can be of any further help with family information, please let me know.
I fulfilled your photo request for Lyman G. Hemenway at Elmwood Cemetery only to discover that my memorial was a duplicate of memorial # 44663399.
I work from cemetery records obtained from the local historical society and have no idea why those records show the date of interment to be 2004 when Dr. Hemenway died in 1933.
I have now deleted my memorial and wanted to apologize to you for the confusion.
Added by Steve on Aug 13, 2016 12:25 AM
|JacksMama||RE: Joseph & Mary Schultz Volz|
You are quite welcome. Joseph and Mary are my grandparents on my father's side. Are you related to them, and if so, how?
|deanna french||Harrison Co. George W. Guilford.|
Good afternoon, I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting place of many of our " Old Soldiers" who had ties to Vermont.George W. Guildford is one such soldier. Although his Find A Grave page lists him as born In VA (Virginia) He was born November 11,1843 in VT. (Vermont) He was credited to Vermont for his military service, although he served in the 10th IA Infantry.
James McGookin was also another such soldier, of a Lamoille County/Franklin County family that migrated west as a young man.I am asking you if I may use the photo's you contributed to the Find A Grave Memorial pages for these patriots, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org) You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration
|j*||Henry & Nancy Jane Brimberry Kuykendall|
Sorry - I was mistaken - your line was Jacob Van Kuykendall, correct?
Added by j* on Jul 24, 2016 7:10 AM
|j*||Nancy Jane Brimberry Kuykendall # 165306833|
SO NICE TO MEET YOU!! :) I wanted to thank you for the further information on Nancy Jane and the beautiful photograph you posted to her memorial!!
I was adopted and the Kuykendalls are my ancestors of my biological family on my great grandmother's side.
My great grandmother was Mae Bell Kuykendall Smith - daughter of George Martin Kuykendall & Louisa Adeline Findley Kuykendall.
George was son of James & Sarah A. Blythe Kuykendall.
James was son of Abraham Westfall & Elizabeth Van Zandt Kuykendall.
Abraham was son of Cornelius J. Van Kuykendall & Marritjen Westvaal Van Kuykendall.
Cornelius was brother to Pieter Van Kuykendall, which is your line, I believe. They were both sons of Luer Jacobsen Van Kuykendall, first Kuykendall immigrant to the United States of our families.
So, we are relatives, but from WAY back!! :)
Pictures are golden to me. So, I truly appreciate you posting the photograph!!
Please let me know if I can help in any way! I'll be happy to!
AGAIN: SO nice to MEET YOU!!! :)
j* (Judith L. Newman - Mesquite, Texas)
Added by j* on Jul 24, 2016 7:05 AM
|Ruth||RE: Edward Cavanaugh & Agnes Brewster|
Thanks so much for the info. I did add the photo's and also for Coalding. I thought I lost those photo, but didn't look under Brewster.
Added by Ruth on Jul 23, 2016 12:21 AM
There was a couple of sons that went west. Theodore and LeRoy. Not sure of others.
Do you have Sage relatives too?
Added by LSJRJT on Jul 07, 2016 5:04 PM
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